The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 28, 1949
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BLYTHEY1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1949 melia S»lib*, Society Editor 9 Hhone 4461 t. B. C. Club and Guests Meet with Mrs. Copeland 3-lfls. Ev» Po« «nd Mrs. D. C. Freeman »w« guests yesterday to- ftthfr with members of the C. B. C. Club when Mrs. R. A. Copelanrt entertained »t her home on North Fr»nklln. High score <vas won by Mrs. O. O. •Zlkins In the rook games played with second high being won by Mrs. Ross Moore and rooRo, by Mrs. Freeman. ; Arranged in the room where rook games were played were vases of rases, larkspur and summer chrysanthemums. The hostess served refreshments of * salad course with feed drinks Officers Are Installed At Woman's Club Meeting Mrs. Kendall Berry was instance as new president of the Blyllicvllli Woman's Club yesterday aftcrnooi at the clubhouse, with Mrs. C. G. Redman in charge of the Installation service, Other officers installed were Mrs. Gean Alkinon, vice-president: Mrs. Ray Hall, second vice-president; Mrs W.R.Campbell, recording scc- -etarv Mrs W. S. Johnston, cor- -,, „ rlsponning secretary, and Mrs, E.|Be;ry succeeds Mrs. Hay Hall. L. Hale treasurer. j Mrs. C. A. Tant Is chairman of j h f Blytheville the year book with Mrs. Charles ' Ray Newcomb, Mrs George Barham. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. J. W Adams Sr. and Mrs. V, J. Hoi- Three young musicians fron land as the trustees. i Blvtheville have been accepted for > During the brief business session, i tlie Egyptian Music Camp at Du- final reports were heim! from HIP | Quoin, ill., slid will Icnvc next week various officers and committee j for the school, which opens June " chairmen. Plans were also discuss- | 6 and extends through July 2. ed for a garden department, in Ihe All those attending Irom here Bits of News HEADS WOMAN'S CLUB — Mrs. Kendall Berry was installed as new 1 president of the lilythevllle Wo] man's CH)b, nt n nicclwg yester- i day at the clubhouse, which was ; the final meeting of the year. Mrs, To Attend Music School 1 Mrs. Berry, who succeeds Mrs. R*y Hall, has worked on various committees in the club and lias been an active member in other • .oreanizatlons and in the schools. Mrs. Hull was presented a club Jin al the close of the meeting. . which Vis the last meeting of the ( year. • • • Surprise Party Is Given Honoring Berelene Sisk Bereiene Sisk was honored with ! • surprise party Thursday after- | noon st the home of Gale Rhoads 308 South 20th with guests being members of the junior girls class of the Calvary Baptist Church. There were 30 present. ; During • the aflernJon. various party'' tames »nd coritesls were played. Later In the afternoon, the honoree was presented her gifts, wrapped and tied wit!l ' assorted . colored paper and ribbon and arranged In a basket. Hostesses were Mrs. H. D. Priest, Mrs. Evelyn Rhoads and Mrs. Buford Cooley. Mrs. Henderson Hostess Bridge Club, Guest To Mrs. Jack Garrlgan was a gucsl yesterday at the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson, 1001 West Ash. when she entertained the Friday Contract Club. Spring flowers in pastel shades were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. George Pollock Jr. received high score in the afternoon names • with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker receiving second high are attending on scholarships awarded by the Rlyltievllte Woman's Club. They are: Miss Jo Ann Trieschmaun, daughter of Mr and Mrs. j. ft. Trieschmann. (!07 Walnut; Miss Mnry Jo F.aton, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. C. D En ton. C2G Walnul; and Harry Fritv.itis, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. I'Mtzlus, 41G Missouri Street, The music camp is conducted at the state Pair Grounds at DiiQuoin. and Instructors from colleges and high schools throughout the Unit- ' ed Stales will assist wllh Ihe Instructions, and open-air concerts will be presented each Saturday. Mrs. Polsgroye Hostess To Baptist Dorcas Class Tlie Dorcas class ot the Calvary Baptist clmrcli met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. There were six members, Including one new member. Mrs. Junior Almond, and three visitors, Mrs. Mabel Lunsford. Mrs. Leland Hodge and Mrs. Lee Powell present. The meeting was opened with the singing of the class song, followed by prayer by Mrs. Lnnstord. The devotional, taken from the book of Mark, was given by Mrs. Hodge. with Mrs. Hermon May offering the dismissal prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and son, Jerry, left this morning for Prcntiss, Miss., where Jerry will pend a week wllh his grandmother, Mrs. P. W. Berry and family. Mr and Mrs. Kerry will go lo New Or- eans. I.n.. tomorrow lot a bilei visit before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cameron anc [laughlcr. Charlcne wenl to Memphis today where they will spend the weekend with relatives. Mrs. W. T. Norton went to Memphis yesterday where she will Join Mr. Norton, who is attending a Diesel Engine School there. They will make their home In Memphis nnlll Mr. Norton completes his training. Jnmes Peterson and Don Peterson went to Fayettevllle. today to spend the weekend as guests of James' brother. Bob. who Is attending the University and majorlm; In architecture. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wood are Die parents of a son born Wcdi>v- day nlRht at Walls Hospital. Sic has been named Roddy Gregory Wootl. They have two oilier children, Patty and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer, Miss Clinrlene Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Bill HndRc nnd Mrs. McKinley Cum- cron were the guests last night of Mrs, Cameron's parents. Mr. and i Mrs. W. 13. Summers in Ucnton. Mo. Mrs. Cameron remained Benton to be their guests for week. M]'. and Mrs. J. L. Nabers went in Nashville, Tenn., today where they will atlend the graduation exercises tomorrow for Ward-Belmonl College. In which their daughter Miss Mary Jo Nabers will be Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday The 20th Century Club will be entertained at a dance »t Ihe Hut, 8:30 p-m Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Connie Modlnger, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Dr. and Mrs, Weldon Ralnwaler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pride Jr and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Monday Vacation Ojurch School at the first Methodist Church, 8:30 to 11 a.m. Family Night and covered dish supper at first Methodist Church «l 6:30 p.m. Tuesday l.a Nueve Club being entertained at Hie home ot Mrs. Clarence Webb Mrs. Arthur Vance will eiHerlah the La Petite Club. Mrs. Oene Teaford will be hosles lo the Trl-Town Bridge Club. Club Eielit will meel at the horn of Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr. Mrs. Jess* Taylor will eiiterlai; with « 1 o'clock luncheon for th Tuesday Bridge Club. Wednesday Town and country Club will b entertained al the home or Mr. P. D. foster. Mrs. W. J. Wmiderlich will b hostfss to the Wednesday Club Tlio W.S.M.S. of the First Churc of the Nn'/.nrpnc will meet at th church at ^ p.m. Thursday Quarterly conference business session and Ixmd meelina at the Fir.'t Methodist Cliurch at 7:30 pin. Mrs. Lynn Brown will be hostess to iho Dwble Pour Club. Blvlheville Rook Club will meet lit the home of Mrs. R. A. Cope- In mi. Mrs. Raleigh Svlvcstcr will be hostess lo the Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville nbkemorc will en- crtaln the Thursday Rook Club. The Avnlon Bunco club will be ntertalnod al the home of Mrs. -lorinan Speck. Frlriay Mrs O. O. Kiklns, will be host res to I be CH.C Club. Mrs, Rns<=ell C. Par will entertain the Friday Contract Club. 11KADS TKEN-AGE CLUB—Harol Rny has been elected president o Wilson's new Tccn-Agc Club, whicl will have governing board compose of two representatives from eac! class In the Wilson HtRh School This group will be assisted by : mothers' governing board. The clul was formed last week and will have its first regular meeting tonight. Demonstration Club Council Members Meet The Council oC North Mississippi County Home Demonstration Clubs was in session t^dny at the Leachville Legion Hut, with the Hoynton and Leachville clubs In charge of the program. Three films were scheduled to be shown this afternoon, with demonstrations on handicrafts and loods in the morning. Two 4-H Club members from Leachville were to Rive demonstrations on landscaping and conversion of trceclle sewing machines into electric machines in the afternoon. * WE, THE WOMEN B» Ruth MUM* NKA SUft arents Disturbed Over Sorority Issue "My daughter Ls an unhappy 'tnls- hl* al the public high school she i atlends because she was not asked to join cue of tlie all-powerful ^oronftes—and in automatically left out rf much of the social life of her clASEii&tcs, "What can her father and I do to help make her high .school years •i Illlli* happier for her? Don't tell us U> send her to a private school, because we just can't afford it." You have a problem on your hantl.s, all right, and the maddening thirts about it SR that the situation that has created the problem shouldn't exist, Fraternities and sororities should be outlawed In public .schools. They ure in many cities—but unfortun- Hely they still flourish In many others, encouraging snobbery In tren-am'rs, causing heart-break to the boy--; and gills who are outsiders, mid giving parents of Lhs oul.skJci.s one more teen-age problem tc try to help their sons and rlaut.'htcr.s solve. Bu' bbck to youv Immediate pro- blei i. How ran you best help your daiitfhtet ^o be happy in spite of thai feeling of being left out. First of all. don't try Lo pretend ' he problem doesn't exist to save her fare. K you don't discuss it with her. she'll only brood about it alone, and prrhaps set the mistaken notion, thai you don't understand. She Can Get Along; On "Oulsidc" In lalkliiG about the .situation try lo m^fcc her see that organize:! snob'jfM-y i. 1 - Jitst a crutch those who are "in" lean on. 'Fry to show her how sb» cr.n pet along without that through high school i be just as dependent lit -10 on being accepted by the "right people" if they are lo be happy. Grain. Virginia Alien Biid. Helen Harnden and Miss Symonds. Refreshment* were served by Ihe j MjO* Aim Crahi. Polly Deer, Carole hostess after the bridge games. '"""' " • » » Mrs. Welch Entertains Octette Club Members Mrs. Loy Welch was hostess Thursday when she entertained the ; Octette Club at her home, 1037 .West Ash. I During the afternoon bridge pimes, high score went to Mrs. Marvin Nunn with Mrs. James Hill Jr, winning second high. The home was decoraied with .attractive arrangements of spring flowers. • Following the bridge pa me?, a dessert course was served by Ihe .hostess. Bnclse Luncbeon Given By Mrs. Joe Pride Jr, Mrs Joe Pride Jr. was hostess lo the Thursday Luncheon Club and two guests, Mrs. James Roy and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Thursday at her home. 20fi North Seventh. Luncheon was served at smal .tables arranged in the living roon with each being centered with i bouquet ol summer flowers. ' During the bridge games playcc following the luncheon, hbh scon went to Mrs. Fendler and sccom high was won by Mrs. Blan Heath. Mrs. M. O. Usurey nncl daughter- in-law. Mrs. Max Usvey led Pilclnj for Birmingham. Ala., where they will visit with friends and relative for a week. Miss Hetty Jeau Plceman, daugh tor of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C FMccman of Manila. Is a candldal for an Associate in Arts degree fl'oi Stephens College In Columbia, Mn Commencement exercises for th graduating class will be held Mon tiny. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes B. Hall and daughter, Jonn Helen, returned trom Chicago, 111., where they have made their home and will now reside in Biythevtile. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Hnll's mother. Mrs. Opal Webster, who has been visiting witli them In Chicago. McKinley Cameron went to Memphis yesterday where he has enrolled »t the Diesel Engine School time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Mc- Danlel had ax their guests last night, Mr. McDanicl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDanicl. Miss Edilh McDnnlel. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDanlel. Miss Eunice Shinn. the Rev. E. C. Robinson and D. P. Wcvdc nil of Luxora. They came especially to attend the high school graduation exercises last night In which Charles Gene Me- WILSON, Ark.. May 28. Miss Daniel, was R member. Mary E. Symonris presented her | Ed K. Brook arrived this morning music pupils in a recital Wedncs- j from Oklahoma City. Okla.. lo be day night at the Melhodlsl Church, j the guest of his daughter. Mrs. Appearing on the program were j Gean Atkinson, Dr. Atkinson and Lois Jean Leflwich, Sue Wilson.' family. Trey ncnton. Jenny' Wren. Janet I Floyd A. While has been 111 at Hale, Fnye Rowe, Jean Circcnwcll, j his homo, 1018 West Ash, for the Civic Calendar Monday Dene-ration Day Junior Chamber of Commerce— Board ol Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club. Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. Community Service Council meeting—4:30 run. Wednesday Kiwanls Club, Hotel Noble—17:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble-12:10 pm. Gosnell W.S.C.S. Meets With Mrs. J. C. Davis Tlie Women's Society of Christian service ot the Gosncll Meth- odis| Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. C. Davis with nine members present for their regular prom-am. Mrs. H. L. Maxwell reviewed three chanters of the book. "China. Twilight or Dawn." The group was dismissed with prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess following the program. Pupils Give Recital ered the commencement sermon last night for Blythevllle High School graduating class, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green. Mrs. Lacey Jackson lelt yesterday for her home in Tylertowu. Miss. She was a member of the faculty at Central School. At The Hosoitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Flora D. Woods, Osccola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Fred Sutton, Tyler, Mo. Armond W. Husband, Rl. 2, city »?«• skiHs she can. See that she .-OF U> dance, if she is not already f\ Rood dancer. .Encourage her to learn to swim and piny tennis, lo try out for !h? school plays, the news-, paper or the debating team. And if you [xxssjfoly can, sec that her clothes are right—so that she needn't feel ashamed of the w;iy she looks. Many a high school girl manages to have a nice wardrobe by nnikinf the clothes herself. If you can dually bring your daughter (o sec that the important Ihing in lite isn't to belong to the "right crowd"—but to be able *.o si and alone—you will have helper! her not only through this situation, bill you will h.ive given her a truth that v.-:il help her throughout her life. Help her to see that those ?;;-iy who are dependent on Dtaf Mutes' Son Hears And Likes Babble ot Voices in Day Nursery ST. LOUIS. May 28. HTl— Like most children, four-year-old Leonard Bartola Pagiino first learned to talk from Ills parents. But Leonard, a normal boy, couldn't speak a word when he wn.5 brought to the Catholic Women's League day nursery here last September. His pirents are deaf mutes and converse only in sign language. The babble of voices in the nursery amazed Leonard. His contact with the other children and special supervision by (he nursery director luul Leonard talking fluently In a short time. Noiv lie acts as spokesman for his proud parents and is teaching his two-year-old sister. Dolores Ann. several words. She will be coming to the nursery soon for contacts (hat Hill speed up her speech. Walnut Ridge Farmer Wins Suit for Damages WASHINGTON, May 'IS. (,V, — President Truman has signed a bill to pav B. G. Jones, Walnut Ricise. Ark. S2.G86 for alleged air dusting damage to liis 1W3 rice crop. Jones' crop was damaged, he claimed, because of a malaria-con- tio! program carried out by the. U.S. Public Health Service. In the program, rice fields were dusted from airplanes. Jones said they dew too low for proper distribution of the chemicals. Regular Meeting Is HeW By Gosnelt Baptist WMU. The Women's Missionary Union of the Gosnell Baptist Church met Tuesday at the church for their regular meeting. There were 13 present. Mrs. Neva Rhymes gave ««,<*; votional taken from the book ^R Matthew, followed by the group singing. "Sweet Hour of Prayer." Mrs. Gladys Jones reviewed the book, "Pray Ye" by Francis Landrum Tyler. A covered dish luncheon wa« served at the noon hour. Searcy County Votes To Remain Legally Dry MARSHALL. Ark., May 28. H') — Searcy County apparently remain* ed in (lie legally dry column today. Wilh only a few small precincts mireported. the vote In yesterday's local option election was: against legalized liquor sales 1,112; for 828. The county has been "dry" since a local option election two years ago. Yesterday's election was the third in such in Arkansas this year. Union County remained wet: Greene County voted dry. Bu\ OtlKc Upeiis 6:45 Show Starts 1:110 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts t:lS Continuous Shows Sat & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored nn Sunday at Rosy Theatre Saturday State Hospital Escapee Gets 5-Year Sentence LITTLE ROCK. May 26— /,Tl— Francis Raymond Alvcs, 19, Falls River. Mass.. has been sentenced lo five years Imprisonment after losing a foot race with Shriff C. A. Ezell of Perry County. Alvcs fled the Slate Hospital Tuesday. Shriff Ezell recaptured him Thursday at Perryville. Yesterday. Alves pleaded guilty to many of j burglary and grand larceny In connection with thefts from a North Texas ns:::;s to the right sorority to Little Rock home while K fugitive. I ' ' past several days. Whltaker. Carolyn Coiner, Sherry I Mrs. Lillian Frank left yesterday Butler, Joe Bowcn. Rita Wright. : for, Miss., where she will Patsy Grcenwelt. Doris Arno. Nancy ' spend several days wilh her parents Grain. Nanette Patchcll, Virginia before going to Hatticsburg. where EllQn Bird, and Helen Hnrn- rien. "Polonaise BrUllnnlc" for two pianos was presented by Nancy she will nllcnd Mississippi South ern. The Uev. Paul V. Galloway of Wlnfield Memorial Methodist Clxirch in Little Rock, who dcliv- \nnounce "Jimmy" McColl associated with us Station In Air-Conditioned Comfort Enjoy This Delicious Sunday Dinner -75 C - Chicken Noodle Soup Combination Salad Choice of 1 Meat Chicken sis King on Toast Virginia Baked Ham with Pineapple Sauce Country Fried Steak Choice of 2 Vegetables Mashed Cream Potatoes Raked Fresh Garden Squash and Onions Fried Kgg Plant Corn on the Cob Banana Pudding Hot, Rolls Butter Delta Cafe House Beautiful Says: "GOOD LIVING STARTS WITH A GOOD KITCHEN" D. M. Moore, Mgr. South Highway 01 Blvtheville .fames Craiff Serial ".luiisleland" Nn. 15 * Short Continuous Showing Sat. n:30-ll:30 Sunday & Monday ROBIIH MIRCUERIU YOUNG-CHAPMAN Fnx Movietone News * Short Cont Showlnt Sunday 1:30 to Ll:0e mn Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 4 p.ra. Saturday St. Charles Sfeel Kitchen in the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V, C. Alasun, Osceola, Arkansas. Words cannot describe the beauty and convenience of the above St. Charles Steel Kitchen designed by one of our "Kitchen Designers" and installed by our factory trained men. If you are planning to remodel your home or lo build a new one, niay we suggest that you call in on« of our trained "Kitchen Designers." • WRITE TODAY • 2B65 Broad Eldorado Pass with Charles Slarrelt Serial: "Kruee Gentry" No. IS and Short Continuous Showing tint. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday THl BOY WITH Memphis. Tenn. , — — •** — »^in rtmi -. KM ,rec«wiu. . -«. Paramount News A Selected Shorts Cont Showing Sunday 1:15-11:0* Nationally Advertised j Feminine Apparel j In the most- exclusive ] lines at the \ I Accessory Shop! Feminine Apparel Mahrl Hosan — Jessie Srile J HOTEL BLDG. I Mljthevllle Arkansas J SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT While We're Installing Our New Air-Conditioning System • For 5 Days-Monday Thru Friday-Ritz Pictures Will Be Shown at Roxy Matinee |. ._ Yes, from Mftnday, May 30, until Friday, June 3, the pictures at the Kilz will be shown in the afternoon at Ihe Rosy. The KHz will be closed in the afternoons in order lo install the new refrigeration air-conditioning system. The matinees at (he Roxy will begin al 2 p.m., the box office closing at I p.m. The same pictures will, of course, he shown at the Kit/, each evening beginning at G:M p.m., the box office closing al fl :30 p.m.

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